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NM JRousselle
Member since Jun-07-09 · Last seen Jan-18-19
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   NM JRousselle has kibitzed 499 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-12-19 I Saric vs M Bosiocic, 2018 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: The key move 23 Bc1!! is tough to find. I have often told students that the most difficult attacking moves to find are retreating moves along a diagonal.
 
   Jan-04-19 Wade vs A G Shoebridge, 1945 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: Gotta love the Black night sitting on a3 for 17 moves.
 
   Jan-04-19 J Radulski vs R Khouseinov, 2002
 
NM JRousselle: Black missed the crushing 37... b3.
 
   Dec-23-18 W W Young vs Marshall, 1913 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: It's difficult to take these simul games very seriously. This is especially true in the case of a professional player such as Marshall. He was known for losing to the "correct" folks in a simul. Carrie would inform him of the games he "needed" to lose.
 
   Dec-18-18 Cochrane vs Mohishunder, 1855 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: As amazing as 19 Rg4 is, the silicon beast says 19 Bf5 is stronger.
 
   Dec-18-18 Yates vs A Speijer, 1913
 
NM JRousselle: I'm guessing there is a typo on the final move. Black likely played the obvious Rg3 (and not Kg3).
 
   Dec-10-18 Chigorin vs Gunsberg, 1895
 
NM JRousselle: I love the position after White's 43rd move--he has 2 connected protected passed knights!
 
   Nov-25-18 Aronian vs Leko, 2007 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: GREAT PUZZLE This is typical of the decisions we all face in the middle game. There is no clear win, but we are tasked with finding the best course of action.
 
   Nov-05-18 Capablanca vs Marshall, 1909 (replies)
 
NM JRousselle: Capablanca missed a good chance here with Qd6 followed by Red1.
 
   Oct-24-18 Marshall vs Z von Balla, 1928
 
NM JRousselle: Dubious tactics by Marshall. 42... Rb3 looks strong for Black. The exposure of the White king should prove fatal.
 
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